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Youth Sports Injuries and Conditions

As more children and teenagers are playing and competing in sports and athletics, the injuries and exercise-related conditions associated are also on the rise. Since children and young adults are still growing, their anatomy affects diagnosis and treatment of fractures, injuries, and multiple conditions.

A girls and boys youth soccer team.

Youth injuries can have long-lasting effects when not properly treated and in the case of concussions, can cause more problems than in adults.

Most youth injuries or athletic conditions require:

  • Time-off to heal from the injury
  • Rehabilitation and physical therapy
  • Performing preventative exercises
  • Utitlizing proper form and technique in the sport or activity

It is also recommended to see a physician specializing in pediatrics to address all of the concerns related to recovering from a youth sports injury or condition.

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